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January 16, 2006 | 01:05 AM


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RA petition causing a stir in VT's House of Representatives

Repent America's online petition calling for the impeachment of Judge Edward Cashman is receiving particular attention by some members of the Vermont House of Representatives.

Rep. Loren T. Shaw had this to say about RA's petition calling for Judge Cashman's impeachment: "I will do everything within my power to make it happen!"

Another Vermont state representative has offered to speak with RA about what is being done to address the actions of Judge Cashman, and stated: "I appreciate the respectful wording of your Petition and thank you for your efforts to call America to repentance."

Other responses were not so favorable...

George C. Cross, the chair of the House Education Committee, had these words of advice for one Pennsylvania grandmother who signed the petition: "I would suggest that you spend your time worrying about Sen. Santorum and leave Vermont's problems to those of us who work on them daily!"

It is our hope and prayer that other members of the legislature will follow Rep. Shaw's lead by taking the necessary steps to have Judge Cashman removed from the bench for sentencing a child rapist to only 60 days in prison. Please pray to this end.

If you have not already, please sign the petition.


Remove the judge. He is a threat to society.

As the mother of a four-year-old boy, I find this nothing less than appalling, that a child's innocence is apparently of no value to this judge.

It is a shame to us Americans and to any decent human being that a person who has sworn to protect the public of such hedious crimes is letting a child molester off with such a light sentence. Let's look at what happened to Nixmary in Brooklyn New York because the people that were suppose to protect her were the ones that ignored her cries. It is outrageous that we are letting things like this happen in our own backyard.

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